Aga-owners: Can you survive with ONLY an Aga?

(28 Posts)
Rooble Wed 26-Mar-14 08:37:34

We are going to view a house this week, and as far as I can see from the photos, the only cooker is an Aga, the details don't mention how it is powered.
If you're an enthusiastic cook, is it realistic to have a kitchen with only an Aga (two ring), or would it be sensible to budget for some kitchen alterations?
I'd be grateful for your views!!

RuddyDuck Mon 31-Mar-14 02:59:14

I have a friend who has a beautiful, oil fired AGA. She also has an ordinary oven and hob for the summer, because the AGA costs £50 per week shock to run, so is turned off from April - October.

AgaMum Wed 09-Jul-14 14:48:49

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TheSpottedZebra Wed 09-Jul-14 15:53:22

Daniel, do you really call yourself 'AgaMum' hmm ?

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